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$1.1bn transferred
Posted: Saturday, July 29, 2017

$1.1bn transferred
Liquidators to track Angostura profits—Imbert

Mariano's timeline all wrong—ministry
'...because the last extension to the shareholders' agreement expired on August 31, 2016 and the so-called 'plan', Project Rebirth, was only submitted by the shareholders on January 6, 2017, over four months later."

Report vindicates PM
A REPORT by independent valuation surveyors has reinforced Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's statement regarding land in Tobago upon which a proposed Sandals resort is to be built.

CONVICTED attorney Joseph Melville was yesterday sentenced to 19 years' imprisonment with hard labour for attempting to murder his secretary in 2001.

Lawyer jailed for 19 years

Natl awards shifted to Republic Day

Shot, beaten man critical
AN EL DORADO man was warded yesterday in critical condition after being attacked by two men who shot and then kicked and stamped on him as he lay helplessly in a drain on Thursday night.

Gunmen shoot five in one day

11,000 people living with HIV/Aids in TT

Minister at workshop: Cost for treating HIV/Aids not known

Eversley: Rename Abercromby St
ACTIVIST Wendell Eversley is urging Government to rename Abercromby Street in Port of Spain in a commemoration of the July 27, 1990 attempted coup

Bravo calls on nation to unite
DWAYNE Bravo, West Indies and Trinidad and Tobago star cricketer, made a stirring plea to all citizens to unite in the best interest of the country. He did so during the launch of his charity event: Djbravo47 premium drinks inclusive party

Suratt praises soft drink ban
KENNETH Suratt, executive officer of the TT Blind Welfare Association: this will go a long way in reducing blindness linked to diabetes in the country.

'I exercised powers as a magistrate'
Orders preliminary inquiry involving a minor, who is before her on a murder charge, to be restarted de novo (from the beginning).

Acting Chief Magistrate moves to hear Marcia cases
While Bubsy-Earle-Caddle had repeatedly stated that she was “waiting on instructions on how to proceed" with the cases before she finally made the announcement on June 1, she is now claiming that she made the decision solely.

$20M 'ganja' destroyed
POLICE on Wednesday destroyed $20 million worth of marijuana, seized two guns and a quantity of ammunition.

$5M fire in Barrackpore
POLICE are probing a multi-million dollar fire which broke out at a hardware in Barrackpore on Thursday evening.

St Dominic's manager disputes claims of neglect

Soca diva Destra gets lawyer's letter a man whom she damaged during a wine on stage at a concert in Belize, two years ago, is still awaiting payment of compensation as ordered by a Belizean court.

60 female foreigners freed
SIXTY women from Santo Domingo, Venezuela and Colombia, all charged with prostitution, yesterday walked out of the San Fernando Magistrates' Court

Woman robbed and gang raped
A MORVANT woman. was robbed and gang raped during a burglary at her home early yesterday.

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